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The region’s ecosystem out in force at Smart City Expo World Congress

The region’s ecosystem out in force at Smart City Expo World Congress

Cluster activites



The region’s smart city ecosystem will be attending Smart City Expo World Congress, the leading international smart city trade show, under the banners of the Grenoble and Lyon intermunicipal authorities, Grenoble-Alpes Métropole and Grand Lyon.


Group pavilion: "Grenoble highlights smart solutions from the French Alps"


Grenoble-Alpes Métropole and local economic development agency Invest in Grenoble-Alps are partnering with clusters Minalogic and Tenerrdis this year for the event. The partners placed a particular focus on promoting Grenoble’s smart city technologies.


And, for the third year running, a group booth (“Grenoble highlights smart solutions from the French Alps”) will be run with the support of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. The booth will host ten exhibitors, including six Minalogic members, and will highlight the Grenoble ecosystem’s technological innovations.

On Wednesday, November 14 Grenoble Alpes Métropole’s Vice President for Higher Education, Research, Innovation, and International Relations, Claus Habfast, will sit on a panel on “DATA-DRIVEN CITIES & CLOUD: Making the Most of Data in a Multi-Cloud World” from 11:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.



The ten exhibitors at the group booth
"Grenoble highlights smart solutions from the French Alps"

Atos Worldgrid Fiche membre
CEA Leti Fiche membre
CSTB Fiche membre
Civic Lab Site Internet
Lumiplan Site Internet
Oizom Site Internet
Orange Fiche membre
PcVue Solutions Site Internet
Terabee Fiche membre
Wegoto Fiche Membre

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Group pavilion "Lyon Smart City, driving health and well-being for all citizens"

Like last year, the Greater Lyon Intermunicipal Authority will host a group pavilion under the OnlyLyon banner. The pavilion, entitled “Lyon Smart City, driving health and well-being for all citizens”, will showcase innovative and differentiating smart city projects in Lyon, with a particular focus this year on health and well-being. The Greater Lyon Intermunicipal Authority will exhibit with ten partners at the pavilion.


Inhabitants will be at the center of discussions on this year’s theme, and issues like air quality, inclusive cities, support for at-risk populations, and cybersecurity for industrial and urban systems will be addressed.


Partners at the pavilion

1/ Air Quality

Véolia Project presented for the R Challenge – Understanding how citizens feel and changing their behavior
R Challenge – IMU - Tuba Digital innovation to improve air qualityr

2/Accessible and Inclusive Cities

Okeenea Urban accessibility solution for the hearing and visually impaired
GoSense Smart mobility for the visually impaired
YUMI Technology In-home assistance for the dependent
Erasme IA for public-service interpreting

3/ Cybersecurity and Urban Security

ECC4iu European cluster specializing in cybersecurity for urban and industrial systems

Public-private research organization specializing in digital engineering

Other partners at the pavilion

Greater Lyon Intermunicipal Authority
Locally-owned public development corporation SPL Part-Dieu
Lyon Economic Development Agency (Aderly)


On Tuesday, November 13 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Greater Lyon Intermunicipal Authority will host a pitch session for Lyon stakeholders facilitated by TUBA and Aderly at the Business France Pavilion as part of the second edition of the Business to Cities event.

The pitch session will highlight innovative public-private partnerships that respond to users and their needs while addressing urban challenges.


On Wednesday, November 14 at 12 :30 p.m. an appetizer luncheon will be held at the Lyon pavilion (booth D504) with Karine Dognin-Sauze, Greater Lyon’s Vice President for Innovation, Smart City Projects, Digital Development, and Smart Mobility, on hand to present the local smart city policy and solutions developed by Lyon’s partners.



Minalogic is thrilled to promote the region’s ecosystem with the support of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes regional government and will co-host a networking reception on Wednesday, November 14 at 5:30 p.m. at the Business France booth (B297).


Cluster Lumière, which is also co-hosting the reception, will be at the France pavilion with three of its member companies, who will present their smart city solutions.






Contact :

Constance Motte, Director, Europe & International Development / Minalogic | T : +33 (0)4 38 78 52 72 | M : +33 (0)6 37 41 65 65

Kate Margetts,
Innovation Project Manager  / Grenoble-Alpes Métropole

Mylène Martinez, Project Manager - Partnerships and Information Management Unit / Grand Lyon




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